Eat all the chocolate you want, guilt free
When: Friday, Feb. 21, 7 - 11 p.m.
Where: West Belmont Place, National Conference Center, Leesburg
Admission: $75 in advance; $100 at the door
It’s for a good cause, after all.
Envision a room filled with spectacular chocolate creations, delectable desserts and hors d'oeuvres prepared by some of the area’s best restaurants and caterers, offering some of their most creative culinary delights for tasting.
Since its inception 27 years ago, Chocolates Galore & More has become a chocolate dip into the culinary arts and the Loudoun community. With annual attendance of more than 700, the gala has grown into one of the county’s premier fundraising events. It’s also YMCA Loudoun County’s largest fundraiser. Proceeds go to help children in need take part in life-changing programs such as mentoring, camps and after-school care.
Attendees will vote for Best Taste and Best Presentation in both the dessert and hors d'oeuvres categories at the end of the evening.
They also will enjoy a silent auction, free-flowing champagne, music, dancing and more – all for a great cause.
Tickets may be purchased at chocolatesgalore.org or by calling the YMCA Loudoun County at (703) 777-9622. General admission is $75 in advance and $100 at the door. Reserved seating is available for $1,000 for a table of 10.
Chocolate presenters include: Cherry's Cheesecakes & Delights, Chantel's Cakes and Pastries, Salamander Resort, National Conference Center, Simply Cakes by Alison, Dutch Girl Cookie Factory, Lansdowne Resort, Mama Lucci's Restaurant, The Cookie Guy, Westfields Marriott, Distinctive Delicious Desserts By Jennifer, Not Your Average Joe's, Roxy's, Ironwood Tavern, Hooked Seafood & Sushi Bar, Palio of Leesburg, Metro 29 Diner and Mediterranean Breeze.
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